Size Guide


NEW! Unsure of your ring size? Snag one of our re-useable ring sizers to ensure the correct fit!

Option 1: If you have a ring and like how it fits, but don't know what size it is, lay your ring flat on a ruler. Measure from one inner edge across to the other inner edge (inside diameter). Do not include the thickness of the ring band in your measurement! Use the chart below to determine the closest fit.

Option 2: If you don't have a ring and want to know your size, cut a thin strip of paper, wrap it around your finger tightly and mark where the ends overlap with a pen. Cut it at that line, then lay it on a ruler and measure the strip of paper (inside circumference). Use the chart below to determine the closest fit.

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1. You want your ring to catch/have some resistance somewhere on your finger as its being removed. Depending how your hand is built (lager in the knuckles or larger between the knuckles), you will either want the ring to catch on the knuckle or on the bit between the knuckles. 
2. Your finger can vary about half a size to a full size during the day depending on exercise, salt or alcohol intake, or heat and humidity. It's best to measure your finger at the end of the day (but not on a super hot day or after a bunch of margaritas!) so it's at it's largest. Your ring will be more comfortable and not too tight that way.
3. Your fingers generally are half a size apart. If your wedding band is a 7, most likely your middle finger on the same hand is a 7.5, your pointer finger an 8, etc. Your dominant hand (writing hand) will be half again as large per finger. GENERALLY!
4. Our rings are made of sterling silver and 14k gold fill, which means they are fine in water, while washing hands and showering, etc. 

Contact us with any questions about ring sizing!

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